The next few months will be a critical time for India’s new government.
On November 10th, the Narendra Modi government will be sworn in, as the first of its four prime ministers.
It will also mark the end of the second half of the current parliament, which will start in two weeks.
That means the next four months are critical for India, as Modi’s government will likely have to work hard to win confidence in its policies and policies will have to be altered in order to make the transition easier.
As of right now, there is a good chance the next government will not be able to pass the agenda that Modi’s predecessor, Atal Behari Vajpayee, had put forward.
Modi’s agenda, however, will be different.
The BJP will be led by a prime minister who has no experience as a prime minster and has only been in office for a few months.
Modi will be faced with a choice between trying to make reforms in his own party and trying to bring his supporters into the fold of the BJP, or trying to convince them to join his party and form a coalition.
There are plenty of examples of both approaches working well for India.
The last two years have seen a rapid growth in corruption and the corruption of politicians, as a result of which the government is already struggling to maintain its image as a clean and honest government.
The next government, however could prove to be a more challenging challenge.
While Modi is not known for his ability to make policy in the short term, his party is in a position to do so.
The first-past-the-post system allows Modi to get more votes than his opponents by winning a plurality of the popular vote.
This is the reason why the BJP has a high approval rating.
However, that support has also led to an inability to win enough seats in the legislature.
In order to change this situation, the party needs to find a way to make some concessions in order for it to win more votes.
That’s where the BJP can play its role as a governing party.
A number of factors have led to the popularity of the Indian party.
Its image has been strengthened by a series of controversies, particularly the ones related to the alleged misuse of funds by the party.
Modi has also made it clear that he wants to see the country become a democracy.
In a move that will appeal to the BJP’s core supporters, the BJP recently formed a “new government team” to look into the future of the party’s policies.
The new government team will be headed by former Gujarat chief minister and former BJP leader Ashok Chavan.
The decision to form a new government was announced in the early hours of November 10, and is yet to be formally announced.
While the news of the formation of a new cabinet has not been formally announced yet, the new government has already started its work.
The announcement of the government’s formation was made at a ceremony in Delhi, where Chavan gave a speech.
Chavan said that the government will focus on bringing the country together, ensuring its stability and development and ensuring that the country is a democracy with respect to all sections of society.
The news of Chavan’s announcement is likely to boost the popularity in the country, which is currently witnessing a surge in the number of people who want to vote for the BJP.
The government’s mandate, however is not assured.
A large majority of Indians want the next elections to be held under the new constitution, which would mean that the next parliament would have to take the decisions for the new Indian constitution.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been running in a coalition with the Bharatiyah Janata Dal (BJD), a political party that has had a strong hold on power in India since the mid-1980s.
According to the latest opinion polls, the BJD and the BJP are the only parties that are polling above the 10% mark.
The BJD has been the main opposition party since 1984, but has since moved to the centre, forming the third largest party in the parliament.
In the past, it has had to work to win votes from the other opposition parties, but in recent years, the alliance with the BJP and its policies have worked well for it.
It has also been a factor in the rise of Narendra Modi, who is seen as a potential prime minister.
With the current political climate, the next two months will likely see a series for Modi to try to gain more support from his supporters.
It is important to remember that while Modi is an outsider to the Indian political scene, he has proven to be one of the best prime ministers in the history of India.
That has been a big reason why his popularity has continued to rise in recent months.
The upcoming elections will also have a large impact on the global economy, which has been under a severe downturn due to a global